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Architectural Light Installation Design

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Architectural Light Installation Design

Architectural light installation design is an integral part of interior and exterior design and decoration. It is the art and science of creating spaces with the use of light, both natural and artificial, to create a desired atmosphere and to enhance the overall aesthetic appeal. Professional designers create lighting plans and schemes that can help to shape the space, define different areas, and highlight certain features. Lighting can also be used to alter the perceived size of a space, create a sense of depth and movement, and provide a visual focal point. By combining different types of lighting, such as lamps, sconces, ceiling fixtures, and wall washers, designers are able to create a specific look and feel for any space.

Architecture, Interior, Lighting, Design.

James Rothschild

CITATION : "James Rothschild. 'Architectural Light Installation Design.' Design+Encyclopedia. (Accessed on March 27, 2023)"

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